Wordpress is the biggest name in open source content management systems (CMS), powering more than 47 percent of the entire Internet, according to BuiltWith.
And last month more than 900 WordPress developers, content creators, and users gathered in Sofia, Bulgaria for the largest European WordPress conference to date, WordCamp Europe. The first WordCamp was held last year in Leiden, The Netherlands.
But if you missed it, don't worry. You have other chances to learn about the world's most popular CMS, including a Big Media and Enterprise Wordpress meetup in San Francisco on Nov. 4 at the Automatic Lounge, 132 Hawthorne St. It's open to developers, product managers, and editorial teams who run large, high-traffic WordPress sites.
Next month, Wordpress is also holding VIP Training Days, its intensive, one-day, in-person training courses led by a team of WordPress.com instructors. The sessions will be held Nov. 4 to 6 in San Francisco and Nov. 11 to 13 in New York City.
The courses are designed for both self-hosted and WordPress.com VIP sites/superusers/developers. Most of the material will focus on core WordPress functionality/features.
What else is new in open source CMS this month?